Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Civil engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the outline, development, and upkeep of the physical and normally constructed condition, including works like streets, spans, trenches, dams, airplane terminals, sewerage frameworks, pipelines and railways. Civil engineering is customarily broken into various sub-disciplines. It is the second-most established designing order after military engineering, and it is characterized to recognize non-military building from military engineering. Civil engineering happens in general society division from city through to national governments, and in the private part from singular property holders through to universal organizations.

There are a number of sub-disciplines within the broad field of civil engineering. General civil engineers work closely with surveyors and specialized civil engineers to design grading, drainage, pavement, water supply, sewer service, dams, electric and communications supply. General civil engineering is also referred to as site engineering, a branch of civil engineering that primarily focuses on converting a tract of land from one usage to another. Site engineers spend time visiting project sites, meeting with stakeholders, and preparing construction plans. Civil engineers apply the principles of geotechnical engineering, structural engineering, environmental engineering, transportation engineering and construction engineering to residential, commercial, industrial and public works projects of all sizes and levels of construction.

  • Track 1-1Construction methods and equipment
  • Track 1-2
  • Track 1-3Pavement and drainage design
  • Track 1-4Dam Construction
  • Track 1-5Water supply
  • Track 1-6Electric and communications supply
  • Track 1-7Sewer service

Structural engineering is concerned with the structural outline and structural examination of structures, spans, towers, flyovers (bridges), burrows, seaward structures like oil and gas fields in the ocean, aero-structure and different structures. This includes distinguishing the heaps which follow up on a structure and the powers and stresses which emerge inside that structure because of those heaps, and afterward designing the structure to effectively support and oppose those heaps. The heaps can act naturally weight of the structures, other dead load, live loads, moving (wheel) stack, wind stack, tremor stack, stack from temperature change and so forth. The structural designer must outline structures to be safe for their clients and to effectively satisfy the capacity they are intended for (to be useful). Because of the idea of some stacking conditions, sub-teaches inside structural engineering have risen, including wind engineering and seismic tremor engineering.

Design considerations will incorporate quality, firmness, and strength of the structure when subjected to loads which might be static, for example, furniture or self-weight, or dynamic, for example, wind, seismic, group or vehicle loads, or momentary, for example, transitory development loads or effect. Different considerations incorporate cost, constructability, safety, style and sustainability.

  • Track 2-1Energy efficiency in buildings
  • Track 2-2Green building materials
  • Track 2-3Earthquake engineering
  • Track 2-4Bridge engineering
  • Track 2-5Structural health monitoring
  • Track 2-6Special concrete
  • Track 2-7Management of infrastructure construction
  • Track 2-8Computational Mechanics

The Building Technology and Construction Management division functions as a center of teaching, learning, and research in Building Physics, Concrete Technology, and Construction Management.  Construction usually refers to the erection of large structures such as buildings, ship, aircraft, dams, roads, and bridges. By extension, Construction Technology Management refers to the planning, coordination and successful implementation of such structures. A branch of Civil Engineering, Construction Technology and Management is a fusion of civil engineering and construction management which may incorporate the principles of drainage, water supply and distribution, heating and ventilation, and recycling of construction and demolition waste management.

  • Track 3-1Computational laboratory for construction management
  • Track 3-2Construction and contract management
  • Track 3-3Construction engineering practices
  • Track 3-4Design of structures
  • Track 3-5Heavy equipment operations

Structural steel is a classification of steel utilized for making development materials in an assortment of shapes. Numerous structural steel shapes appear as a lengthened bar having a profile of a particular cross segment. Structural steel shapes, sizes, synthetic arrangement, mechanical properties, for example, qualities, stockpiling rehearses, and so on, are directed by guidelines in most industrialized nations. Most structural steel shapes, for example, I-pillars, have high second snapshots of territory, which implies they are hardened in regard to their cross-sectional region and consequently can bolster a high load without inordinate hanging.

Steel Construction is the development of a metal structure created with steel for the internal support and for exterior. Advantages are there of utilizing steel are steel is cost effective, energy efficient product which does not simply warp, buckle, twist or bend, and is therefore easy to modify and offers design flexibility.


  • Track 4-1High Performance basic steel
  • Track 4-2Material Quality & Control
  • Track 4-3Cold formed steel
  • Track 4-4Non-structured steel
  • Track 4-5Future trends in steel structures
  • Track 4-6Advanced sustainable material
  • Track 4-7Sustainable steel structure
  • Track 4-8Composite construction

Structural analysis is done by an examination of the genuine structure, on a model of the structure made on some scale, and by the use of numerical models. Tests are directed on the genuine structure when creation is expected of comparable structures in expansive amounts, similar to edges of a specific auto, or when the test costs are satisfactory because of the noteworthiness of the assignment. At the point when components of the primary structures are to be inspected, at that point models are utilized for the estimation of the diverse burdens to be persevered. Most auxiliary investigations are directed on the scientific models, in which the model could be flexible or inelastic, powers might be static or dynamic, and the model of the structure may be two dimensional or three dimensional. Structural analysis is an essential subject of structural designing that assesses the distinctive loads on structures, and their effects. It is an exact technique to learn the ability of the structures to withstand the normal loads, and help with planning the structures in like manner.


  • Track 5-1Structures and Loads
  • Track 5-2Classification of structures
  • Track 5-3Analytical methods and Limitations
  • Track 5-4Strength of materials methods
  • Track 5-5Elasticity methods
  • Track 5-6Methods using numerical approximation

Structural health monitoring (SHM) alludes to the way toward executing a damage detection and portrayal technique for designing structures. Here damage is characterized as changes to the material or potentially geometric properties of a structural framework, including changes to the limit conditions and framework availability, which adversely influence the framework's execution. The SHM procedure includes the perception of a framework after some time utilizing intermittently tested dynamic reaction estimations from a variety of sensors, the extraction of harm delicate highlights from these estimations, and the factual examination of these highlights to decide the present condition of framework health. For long term SHM, the yield of this procedure is intermittently refreshed data with respect to the capacity of the structure to play out its expected capacity in light of the inescapable maturing and degradation coming about because of operational conditions. After extraordinary occasions, for example, seismic tremors or impact stacking, SHM is utilized for quick condition screening and intends to give, in close constant, solid data with respect to the uprightness of the structure. Foundation investigation assumes a key job out in the open wellbeing with respect to both long haul harm amassing and post extraordinary occasion situations. As a feature of the quick improvements in information driven advances that are changing numerous fields in building and science, machine learning and PC vision methods are progressively prepared to do dependably diagnosing and arranging designs in picture information, which has clear applications in review settings.

  • Track 6-1Statistical pattern recognition
  • Track 6-2Health assessment of engineered structures
  • Track 6-3Operational evaluation
  • Track 6-4Data acquisition, normalization and cleansing
  • Track 6-5Feature extraction and data compression
  • Track 6-6Statistical model development

Reinforced concrete is the concrete in which steel is inserted in such a way, to the point that the two materials act together in opposing powers. The reinforcing steel—bars, bars, or work—ingests the tractable, shear, and now and again the compressive stresses in a concrete structure. Plain concrete does not effectively withstand ductile and shear stresses caused by wind, tremors, vibrations, and different powers and are in this way inadmissible in most basic applications. In reinforced concrete, the rigidity of steel and the compressive quality of concrete cooperate to enable the part to manage these stresses over significant ranges. The innovation of reinforced concrete in the nineteenth century altered the development business, and concrete wound up one of the world's most normal building materials.


  • Track 7-1Mechanism of composite action of reinforcement and concrete
  • Track 7-2Anchorage (bond) in concrete: Codes of specifications
  • Track 7-3Anti-corrosion measures
  • Track 7-4Reinforcement beams
  • Track 7-5Prestressed concrete
  • Track 7-6Common failure modes of steel reinforced concrete
  • Track 7-7Steel plate construction
  • Track 7-8Fiber-reinforced concrete
  • Track 7-9Non-steel reinforcement

Modular construction is a term used to portray the utilization of processing plant created pre-designed building units that are conveyed to site and collected as huge volumetric parts or as generous components of a building. The modular units may frame finish rooms, parts of rooms, or separate much adjusted units, for example, toilets or lifts. The accumulation of discrete modular units more often than not shapes a self-supporting structure in its own particular right or, for tall structures, may depend on an autonomous basic system.

The main sectors of application of modular construction are:

  • Private housing
  • Social housing
  • Apartments and mixed use buildings
  • Educational sector and student residences
  • Key worker accommodation and sheltered housing
  • Public sector buildings, such as prisons and MoD buildings
  • Health sector buildings
  • Hotels

Earthquake engineering is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering that outlines and examinations structures, for example, buildings and bridges, in view of earthquakes. Its general objective is to make such structures more impervious to earthquakes. An earthquake (or seismic) build means to develop structures that won't be harmed in minor shaking and will stay away from genuine harm or crumple in a noteworthy earthquake. Earthquake engineering is the logical field worried about securing society, the indigenous habitat, and the man-made condition from earthquakes by constraining the seismic hazard to socio-monetarily worthy levels. Customarily, it has been barely characterized as the investigation of the conduct of structures and geo-structures subject to seismic stacking; it is considered as a subset of structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, applied physics, and so on. In any case, the tremendous costs experienced in late earthquakes have prompted a development of its extension to include disciplines from the more extensive field of structural engineering, mechanical engineering and from the social sciences, especially sociology, political science, economics and finance.


  • Track 9-1Advanced Structures
  • Track 9-2Integrating Science into Disaster Risk Reduction
  • Track 9-3Natural and Environmental Disasters
  • Track 9-4Finite Element Modelling and Numerical Methods
  • Track 9-5Design & Analysis of Structural Systems
  • Track 9-6Catastrophe Risk Modelling
  • Track 9-7Earthquake Seismology and Earthquake Hazard
  • Track 9-8Project Management

Traffic engineering is a part of civil engineering that utilizes engineering techniques to accomplish the sheltered and productive development of individuals and merchandise on roadways. It focuses essentially around research for sheltered and effective traffic stream, for example, road geometry, sidewalks and crosswalks, cycling infrastructure, traffic signs, road surface markings and traffic lights. Traffic engineering manages the functional part of transportation framework, aside from the infrastructures provides.

The design parts of transport engineering includes the estimation of transportation facilities (what number of paths or how much capacity the facilities has), deciding the materials and thickness utilized in pavement, designing the geometry (vertical and level arrangement) of the roadway (or track). Operations and management include movement engineering, with the goal that vehicles move easily on the road or track. Older techniques include signs, signals, markings, and tolling. Fresher innovations include intelligent transportation systems, including propelled explorer information systems, such as variable message signs), advanced traffic control systems (such as ramp meters), and vehicle infrastructure integration. Human components are a part of transport engineering, especially concerning driver-vehicle interface and user interface of road signs, signals, and markings.


  • Track 10-1Port and harbor engineering
  • Track 10-2Airport engineering
  • Track 10-3Pavement engineering
  • Track 10-4Bicycle transportation engineering
  • Track 10-5Highway engineering
  • Track 10-6Transportation planning
  • Track 10-7Urban planning
  • Track 10-8Human factors engineering

A highway pavement is a structure comprising of superimposed layers of handled materials over the common soil sub-review, whose primary function is to convey the connected vehicle burdens to the sub-review. The pavement structure ought to have the capacity to give a surface of satisfactory riding quality, sufficient slip opposition, great light reflecting characteristics, and low commotion contamination. A definitive point is to guarantee that the transmitted stresses because of wheel load are adequately diminished, so that they will not exceed bearing capacity of the subgrade.

Two sorts of pavements are by and large perceived as filling this need, specifically Flexible pavements and Rigid pavements. Improper design of pavements prompts early failures of pavements influencing the riding quality.


  • Track 11-1Flexible pavements
  • Track 11-2Rigid pavements
  • Track 11-3Characterization of bituminous binders and mixtures
  • Track 11-4Advances in bituminous pavement and construction
  • Track 11-5Advances in concrete pavement construction
  • Track 11-6Bituminous pavement design
  • Track 11-7Cold and warm mix technology
  • Track 11-8Pavement management systems
  • Track 11-9Traffic management systems

Environmental engineering is the branch of engineering that is worried about shielding individuals from the impacts of unfavourable environmental impacts, for example, contamination, and additionally enhancing environmental quality. Environmental specialists work to enhance reusing, squander transfer, general wellbeing, and water and air contamination control.


  • Track 12-1Ecological engineering
  • Track 12-2Advanced technologies in water and waste water treatment
  • Track 12-3Biomass energy technologies
  • Track 12-4Fire protection engineering
  • Track 12-5Sanitary engineering
  • Track 12-6Waste water engineering

Water resources engineering and technology experts study and make recommendations on new water treatment facilities, reactors, pumping stations, waste frameworks and pipelines. Water resources engineering and technology is an area of study within the engineering sciences managing the hydraulic and fluid mechanics standards behind water distribution, flow and manipulation. Water resources engineers outline and actualize water frameworks. The design may focus around hydraulics, pipelines and research facility tests, while the execution may deal with flood damage, wastewater transfer and consumable water distribution, potable water distribution and reclamation, environmental change examination, aquifer stockpiling and recuperation and surface/groundwater connection

  • Track 13-1Hydraulic engineering
  • Track 13-2River engineering
  • Track 13-3Coastal engineering
  • Track 13-4Groundwater engineering
  • Track 13-5Water Resources Planning and management

Geotechnical Engineering is a part of structural engineering worried about the engineering behavior of earth materials. Geotechnical engineering incorporates researching existing subsurface conditions and materials; surveying dangers presented by site conditions; designing earthworks and structure foundations; and monitoring site conditions, earthwork and establishment construction.

A typical geotechnical engineering project starts with a site investigation of soil and bedrock on and underneath a zone. Investigations can incorporate the evaluation of the hazard to humans, property and the earth from common perils, for example, earthquakes, landslides, sinkholes, soil liquefaction, debris flows and rock falls. Foundations are outlined and built for structures of different sizes, for example, elevated structures, bridges, medium to huge business buildings, and littler structures where the soil conditions don't permit code-based plan. Foundations worked for over the ground structures incorporate shallow and profound foundations. Holding structures incorporate earth-filled dams and holding walls. Earthworks incorporate banks, burrows, levees, channels, repositories, testimony of dangerous waste and sterile landfills.

Geotechnical engineering is additionally identified with coastal and ocean engineering. Coastal engineering can include the plan and construction of wharves, marinas, and jetties. Ocean engineering can include establishment and stay frameworks for offshore structures, for example, oil stages.


  • Track 14-1Soil mechanics
  • Track 14-2Uncertainties, risk and reliability geotechnical engineering
  • Track 14-3Geo-environmental engineering
  • Track 14-4Forensic geotechnical engineering
  • Track 14-5Sustainable geotechnics
  • Track 14-6Geosynthetics
  • Track 14-7Retrofitting strategies for geotechnical structures
  • Track 14-8Computational geomechanics and geotechnical modelling
  • Track 14-9Geohazrds: Analysis, mitigation and management

Green building (otherwise called green construction or sustainable building) alludes to both a structure and the use of procedures that are environmentally dependable and asset effective all through a building's life-cycle: from planning to outline, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and demolition. This requires close cooperation of the contractual worker, the designers, the architects, and the customer at all task stages. The Green Building practice expands and supplements the established building configuration worries of economy, utility, durability, and comfort.

Some of the more common green construction practices include:

  • Using sustainable building materials like recycled glass and steel, as well as renewable materials like bamboo and rubber;
  • Installing energy-efficient windows and doors;
  • Using lower-VOC (volatile organic compounds) paints and stains;
  • Constructing green roof systems (aka “plants on your roof”) that offer many benefits, including onsite gardens, rainwater management and protection from the effects of harmful UV light;
  • Adding water harvesting and purification systems that don’t just manage, but also make the most use of rainfall;
  • Maximizing natural light, which cannot only save on lighting requirements (and subsequently energy costs), but can also help keep buildings warm in colder months; and
  • Using renewable energy to power the building: for example, installing a commercial solar panel system.
  • Track 15-1Life cycle assessment
  • Track 15-2Siting and structure design efficiency
  • Track 15-3Energy efficiency
  • Track 15-4Water efficiency
  • Track 15-5Materials efficiency
  • Track 15-6Indoor environmental quality enhancement
  • Track 15-7Operations and maintenance optimization
  • Track 15-8Waste reduction
  • Track 15-9Reduce impact onto electricity network

Materials science is firmly identified with civil engineering. It examines crucial qualities of materials, and manages earthenware production, for example, cement and blend black-top concrete, solid metals, for example, aluminum and steel, and thermosetting polymers including polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) and carbon fibers. Materials engineering includes protection and prevention (paints and wraps up). Alloying joins two kinds of metals to create another metal with wanted properties. It consolidates components of connected material science and science. With late media consideration on nanoscience and nanotechnology, materials engineering has been at the bleeding edge of academic research. It is additionally a vital piece of forensic engineering and failure analysis.


  • Track 16-1Nanomaterials
  • Track 16-2Electronic, optical, and magnetic
  • Track 16-3Biomaterials
  • Track 16-4Computational science and theory

Tunnels are dug in sorts of materials fluctuating from delicate mud to hard shake. The technique for burrow development relies upon such factors as the ground conditions, the ground water conditions, the length and distance across of the passage drive, the profundity of the passage, the coordination of supporting the passage removal, the last utilize and state of the passage and proper hazard administration.

There are three fundamental kinds of tunnel construction in common use:

  • Cut-and-cover tunnel (constructed in a shallow trench and then covered over)
  • Bored tunnel, constructed in situ, without removing the ground above. They are usually of circular or horseshoe cross-section.
  • Immersed tube tunnel, sunk into a body of water and laid on or buried just under its bed
  • Track 17-1Geotechnical investigation and design
  • Track 17-2Choice of tunnels versus bridges
  • Track 17-3Project planning and cost estimates
  • Track 17-4Sprayed concrete techniques

The construction business is one of the largest industries in the world, despite its tremendous potential; many firms are struggling due to a shortage of skilled workers, weak productivity growth, and new data showing that the industry generates immense waste, both in terms of human productivity and physical materials. Today’s proponents of technology have pointed to a lack of automation and adoption of technology as the primary reasons for the industry’s poor performance – construction is one of the least digitized industries worldwide, and has resultantly failed to significantly increase worker productivity in decades.

The effective use of automation is one of the greatest opportunities, as well as one of the greatest challenges, facing the construction industry. The major components of an automation strategy, as considered in this paper, are computer-aided engineering and design (CAE/CAD), computerized data bases, feedback of as-built data, automated materials handling, artificial intelligence, and robotics.


  • Track 18-1Drones Used to Conduct Site Inspections
  • Track 18-2Monitor Inventory
  • Track 18-3Automation of Prefabricated Home Construction
  • Track 18-4Artificial intelligence

Concrete Technology focuses on concrete making materials including supplementary cementitious materials. Concrete generation process additionally forms a piece of the discourse. Experiencing the course one would grow direct learning on concrete generation process and properties and employments of concrete as a cutting edge material of development. This technology empowers one to settle on proper choice with respect to fixing choice and utilization of concrete. Strengthened cement is a composite material in which cement's by and large low solidness and pliability are killed by the mix of fortification having higher flexibility or versatility. The fortress is ordinarily, anyway not by any stretch of the creative ability, Steel reinforcing bars (rebar) and is for the most part inserted idly in the solid before the solid sets. Managing outlines are all around wanted to limit malleable anxieties especially region of the solid that may cause prohibited breaking and furthermore partner disappointment. Present day strengthened cement can contain swayed supporting materials made of Steel, polymers or substitute composite material related to rebar or not. Strengthened cement may in like way be forever worried (in weight), to overhaul the direct of the last structure under working weights. In the United States, the most comprehensively saw frameworks for doing this are known as pre-tensioning and post-tensioning.


  • Track 19-1Design of Silos
  • Track 19-2Design Retaining Wall
  • Track 19-3Design RC Wall Tanks
  • Track 19-4Analysis of wind Loads
  • Track 19-5Grades and strength of concrete

Construction, in the sense of architectural and civil engineering, is the building of real property. The worldwide construction industry represents a few trillion dollars. Given the measure of the market and its prospects for further extension, the construction business speaks to an alluring open door for material suppliers and segment suppliers. Basic to accomplishment in the construction business is learning of market patterns, item blend shifts, client needs and viable market procedures. Our ceaseless networking with clients, suppliers and competitors creates complete visibility across the whole value chain of the construction industry and enables our clients to settle on sure business choices. Keeping in mind the end goal to finish a construction project, a scope of variables must be considered, including planning, logistics, wellbeing of the construction site, building materials, public inconvenience, and environmental impact and scheduling. Different elements that ought to be considered are budgetary, design and legitimate issues, particularly since there's dependably the likelihood of a negative result amid a construction project, for example, basic fall and cost overwhelms. Other than contractual workers, different gatherings of professionals can meet up to perform construction work, including project managers, construction engineers, design engineers, project architects, logistics professionals, construction managers, plumbers, surveyors, electricians, laborers and skilled workers.


  • Track 20-1Strategic Growth Consulting
  • Track 20-2Mergers & Acquisitions
  • Track 20-3Due Diligence
  • Track 20-4Capital Investment Analysis
  • Track 20-5Opportunity Screening and Analysis
  • Track 20-6Market Entry Strategy
  • Track 20-7Target Screening
  • Track 20-8Customer Experience